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South Kesteven District Council launch second rewilding project at Rutland Heights in Stamford




New rewilding areas have been unveiled in Stamford on greenspace land at Rutland Heights, owned by South Kesteven District Council.

Two pockets of land on the Foxglove Road playing field are being allowed to go back to nature as part of SKDC’s commitment to increase wildlife habitat and improve biodiversity.

The Foxglove Road area, where new play equipment will be installed later this year, is the second council re-wilding site to be announced as part of a district-wide trial launched in Market Deeping last week. Two further sites are planned for Bourne and Grantham.


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